# Ch 9: Statistics, Valuation Models & Finance for Real Estate

These convenient lessons on statistics, valuation models, and finance for real estate can help you with test preparation or a class project. This chapter is a simplified way to master topics like statistical analysis, valuation models, ratio measurements, and other related topics.

## Statistics, Valuation Models & Finance for Real Estate - Chapter Summary

Fun and engaging, this chapter on statistics, valuation models and finance for real estate reviews how data is grouped and measured. Instructors also go over formulas used for different methods in statistical analysis. After completing the lessons, you should be able to confidently do the following:

• Explain the difference between descriptive and inferential statistics
• Provide examples of ordinal, interval, nominal and ratio measurements
• Describe techniques used for statistical analysis
• Calculate the mean, median, mode, and range of a data set
• Outline how minimums, maximums, and outliers of a data set are calculated
• Explain why automated valuation models are used
• Recall advantages of mass appraisals

Our professional instructors are skilled at helping you absorb important information regarding statistics, valuation models and finance for real estate. You can even skip topics and just focus on the areas where you need the most help. There's also a short quiz provided for each lesson to test your understanding of the concepts in the chapter.

6 Lessons in Chapter 9: Statistics, Valuation Models & Finance for Real Estate
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